Jeschurun (Frankfurt am Main and Hannover, Germany)
Description: In the second half of the 19th century, during a period of increasing Jewish secularization, "Jeschurun" represented orthodox-minded circles of the German-Jewry. "Jeschurun" aligned itself with Jewish communities, and especially traditional-living Jewish families. "Jeschurun" considered itself to be a medium for the conservation and furtherance of Jewish lifestyles both at home and in the community. (Source: Compact Memory, viewed online April 14, 2015) Supplements accompany many issues Founded and edited by Samson Raphael Hirsch until 1870; new series, 1883-1888, edited by Isaac Hirsch. Merged with: Der Israelit (Frankfurt am Main and Mainz, Germany : 1860-1938), to form: Israelit und Jeschurun, v. 30-32 (Jan. 2, 1889-Dec. 31, 1891)
Dates of Publication: 1. Jahrgang (Oktober 1854)-15. Jahrgang, Heft 4 (Juli/September 1869); 16. Jahrgang (1870); Neue Folge 1. Jahrgang, No. 1 (Januar 1883)-6. Jahrgang, No. 52 (Dezember 1888).
Digitized Holdings: Jg. 15, Nr. 1 (1869) - Jg. 16, Nr. 3 (1870); Jg. 6 [neue folge], Nr. 1 - Nr. 52 (1888) (INCOMPLETE)